Allegorical paintings of the life of Marie de Médicis made for the Palais du Luxembourg and now in the Louvre Illustrations: 25 full-page engravings (including 3 double plates), 24 after Rubens and one (portrait of Rubens) after van Dyck; engraved between 1704 and 1710 by Benoit and Jean Audran, Gaspard Duchange, L. de Chatillon, G. Edelinck, A. Loir, Jean Baptiste Massé, B. Picart, Charles Simonneau, Antoine Trouvain and Cornelis Vermeulen Engraved t.p Forms part of the Julius S. Held... Topics: Palais du Luxembourg (Paris, France), Marie de Médicis,Queen, consort of Henry IV, King of France,...
Engraved t.-p. by Cornelis Galle after Rubens. Port. of papal nuncio Pier Luigi Carafa, to whom the work is dedicated. Carafa arms and family trees. Emblematic ill. Woodcut tail-pieces, initials. Woodcut printer's device on p. facing colophon Topic: Carafa family
byMichel, Jean François Marie; Rubens, Peter Paul, Sir, 1577-1640; Cardon, Antoine Alexandre, 1739-1822; Bel, Æ de
Frontispiece port. of Rubens after his own drawing by Antoine Alexandre Cardon. Etched head-piece with arms of Charles-Alexandre, duc de Lorraine, to whom work is dedicated. Signature of Millicent Crompton Topics: Rubens, Peter Paul, Sir, 1577-1640, Artists
byRubens, Peter Paul, Sir, 1577-1640; Aveline, Pierre-Alexandre, ca. 1710-1760; Leonardo, da Vinci, 1452-1519. Trattato della pittura. Selections
Attributed to Rubens. Steinitz includes this work in her bibliography, because this part of it incorporates 8 plates from the Trattato and also quotes and/or paraphrases from some of Leonardo's chapters (all with clear references to the origins). Cf. Steinitz, p. 169-170 Topics: Human figure in art, Anatomy, Artistic, Proportion (Art)